When is the AFL Brownlow 2022? Today in this article, we will give you all the required information regarding the ‘Brownlow Medal 2022’, the highest individual honor in the AFL. Every year Brownlow award is given to the fairest, at the same time, the best player who deserves the medal.
Also, this season, I mean in this year (2022), this precious and prestigious Brownlow award ceremony will be arranged.
To know who the nominees are and where and when the ceremony will begin, check it out and scroll it down because we will discuss this in this article.
|Date||Sunday, 18 September 2022|
|Time||7:30 pm AEST|
|Host||Hamish McLachlan and Rebecca Maddern|
|TV Network||Channel 7|
Here you will know the date, time, venue, and how to watch Brownlow online and on Channel 7.
2022 Grand Final Week Events
Sunday, 18 September 2022
- VFL Men’s Grand Final
- VFL Women’s Grand Final
Sunday, 18 September 2022
- Charles Brownlow Medal
The Brownlow Medal ceremony is traditionally held on Monday before AFL Grand Final. So, the 2022 Brownlow Medal will take place on Monday, 19 September.
Friday, 23 September 2022
- Grand Final Friday | Public Holiday
The Friday before Grand Final day is declared a public holiday in Victoria, starting a long weekend that includes the AFL grand final.
- Grand Final Parade
The Toyota AFL Grand Final Parade allows supporters of all ages to see the players participating in the 2022 Toyota AFL Grand Final.
Marching bands and roving entertainers will join the cavalcade of Toyota’s parading the Grand Final teams from the city to Yarra Park at the MCG.
Saturday, 24 September 2022
- 8.00 am – Blackwoods North Melbourne Grand Final Breakfast – TBC
- AFL Grand Final
When is Brownlow Medal 2022: Date and Time
The 2022 Brownlow Medal Count would commence at 5:30 pm AWST / 7:30 pm AEST on Sunday, September 18. In a traditional way, the Brown Law Medal Ceremony takes place on the Monday night before the AFL Grand Final Day.
The winner is expected to be crowned at roughly 10:30 pm (AEST).
The AFL has confirmed the official date of the Brownlow medal ceremony in 2022.
This year’s Brownlow Medal count will occur at the Crown Palladium in Melbourne’s CBD.
Full Day Schedule
|5.15 pm||Virgin Australia Runway guest arrivals|
|7.00 pm||Virgin Australia Runway broadcast commences on the Seven Network|
|7.35 pm||Brownlow Medal count broadcast begins on Seven and the AFL Live Official App|
|8.05 pm||Four’N Twenty Mark of The Year Announced|
|9.10 pm||Jim Stynes Community Award announced|
|9.25 pm||rebel Goal of the Year announced|
|10.15 pm||Brownlow Medal winner announced|
Here is our guide to watching the AFL Brownlow Medal on TV or live streaming it online.
How to Live Stream Brownlow Medal 2022?
You can watch Brownlow Medal 2022 live on Channel 7. Channel 7 broadcasts the Brownlow Medal ceremony annually and is set to start at 7 pm (AEDT). This broadcast varies from state to state, so check local guides. Channel 7 is the only way to watch the Brownlow Medal live. Watch Brownlow Medal Online on Channel 7 Here.
Can You Watch the Brownlow on 7plus?
Unfortunately, Channel 7 don’t have the digital rights, meaning they aren’t able to stream the Brownlow on 7Plus.
Depending on location, your only option to watch the Brownlow online is on 7Mate.
How to Watch the Brownlow Medal on TV
If you’re in Melbourne, you’ll be able to watch the broadcast on Channel 7 from 7 pm (AEST). Sydney, Melbourne, and Canberra residents will also be able to tune in from 7 pm on 7Mate.
Perth’s broadcast will kick off at 5 pm on Channel 7 before switching to 7Mate at 6 pm and returning to Channel 7’s flagship station at 7 pm.
Adelaide and Darwin viewers can watch from 6:30 pm on 7Mate before the broadcast moves to Channel 7 at 7 pm.
7Mate is channel #73 for digital TV households and channel #138 for Foxtel subscribers, while Channel 7 is at #70 for digital TV subscribers or #107 on Foxtel.
Can I stream Brownlow online?
Channel 7 announced their streaming service 7plus will broadcast the 2022 Brownlow Medal online on select devices, but only via the 7plus app.
Here is the full list of devices compatible with their coverage:
- Apple iOS and Android mobile/tablet apps (including Chromecast/Airplay functionality)
- Telstra TV
- Samsung Tizen (2016 and later)
- Fetch TV
- Apple TV
- PlayStation 4 and 5
- Android TV / Google TV
- LG TV
However, the Brownlow will not be available to stream via the 7plus website, so you must head to your relevant app store and download the app to stream Brownlow.
- Read Also: 2022 Brownlow Medal Predictor and Odds
Who are Favourites to Win the Brownlow?
Surprise Sports predict five Brownlow favorites to poll highly, with a tight finish expected to come.
- Clayton Oliver (Melbourne)
- Touk Miller (Gold Coast)
- Patrick Cripps (Carlton)
- Lachie Neale (Brisbane)
- Andrew Brayshaw (Fremantle)
Winners By Season
|2021||Oliver Wines||Port Adelaide||36|
|2014||Matt Priddis||West Coast||26|
|2013||Gary Ablett Jnr||Gold Coast||28|
Players to Watch at the Brownlow Night
Watch these players as the action on the field heats up heading into the finals.
During the 2021 season, the 26-year-old took Dustin Martin’s unofficial mantle as the best player in the AFL.
In a drought-breaking Grand Final triumph, Christian Petracca finished equal-ninth in the Brownlow count with 23 votes.
His achievement list is incomplete without the best-and-fairest award. Petracca is on the fourth line of Brownlow Medal betting odds after an impressive start to the season. Despite his career-low 10 possessions against Fremantle.
With 31 votes, Clayton Oliver came third in the 2021 Brownlow after a sensational season in a premiership year.
After picking up six best-on-ground nominations in the first 11 rounds, he surged to the mid-season lead in Brownlow Medal predictors.
As of 11 rounds, the 24-year-old leads the AFL Coaches Association Champion Player Award standings. This makes him a smart bet for the Brownlow Medal in 2022. The third favorite for the award is Oliver.
Last year, injuries robbed Lachie Neale of the chance to win back-to-back Brownlows.
Brownlow’s odds were on the fifth line heading into the 2022 season. But he has rocketed into favoritism as a key figure in Brisbane Lions’ quest for another top-four finish.
Cripps, appointed sole captain for 2022, was under pressure to rediscover his best after several subpar seasons.
His position has fallen well down the pecking order since then. In the eyes of many, he has lost his status as the Blues’ best midfielder to Sam Walsh.
Patrick Cripps has been back to his best in the Blues’ engine room and is on the second line for the Brownlow Medal.
Sam Walsh – fourth in last year’s Brownlow standings – has climbed back to the fifth line of betting after returning from injury earlier than expected.
The Dockers have been the season’s surprise packet despite the absence of two-time Brownlow winner Nat Fyfe.
Having polled just 20 career votes before 2022, the 22-year-old Andrew Brayshaw looks to gain more than that this year.
Brownlow Medal History
The Charles Brownlow Trophy is also called the Brownlow Medal. It is awarded to the best and fairest player in the Australian Football League.
The award was first presented in 1924 and has been presented every season since 1942-45 due to World War II.
Edward ‘Carji’ Greeves won the inaugural medal on seven with just one vote per game.
Four players have won the medal three times:
- Haydn Bunton (Fitzroy 1931, ’32, ’35)
- Dick Reynolds (Essendon 1934, ’37, ’38)
- Bob Skilton (South Melbourne 1959, ’63, ’68)
- Ian Stewart (St Kilda 1965, ’66, Richmond 1971)
This is all for today’s article; as we mentioned before, AFL has not declared a proper timetable or place or nominees, so it has been a little tough for us to let you know about Brownlow Medal 2022.
But we have tried our best to provide some information and answer your desired question by researching. Please be with us to know the accurate and full information in detail, especially the time and place.
We will let you know soon once after AFL’s declaration. I hope you guys are helped a little through today’s article until the full declaration of AFL.